How to add exact damage into a skill description?

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If I have a skill, for example, that deals 100 + 200% attack + 120% magic, how would I make it so that the description of the skill in-battle would show 100 + [200% of your actual attack] + [120% of your actual magic]? It would look better as actual numbers than random percents, because not everyone has time to do math during the battle.
 

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It depends how much accuracy you want. If you want the exact accuracy, you can run an event every turn that will calculate these values and stores them inside a variable. From there it's simply \v[x] in skill description.
If you want to make the job easier for computers, you can do it just once. That will not count with buffs and debuffs though.
It would be better to use Galv's battle action info.
https://galvs-scripts.com/category/rmmv-plugins/mv-battle/
 

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It depends how much accuracy you want. If you want the exact accuracy, you can run an event every turn that will calculate these values and stores them inside a variable. From there it's simply \v[x] in skill description.
If you want to make the job easier for computers, you can do it just once. That will not count with buffs and debuffs though.
It would be better to use Galv's battle action info.
https://galvs-scripts.com/category/rmmv-plugins/mv-battle/

I was able to make an event that calculated the formula each turn and plugged it into the skill description! Thank you :D
 

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